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Rosetta

With origins in both Lansing and Chicago, the East Lansing, MI, alt-rock quintet Rosetta draws upon classic British influences from psychedelia to glam rock and roll, specially the Beatles, Red Floyd, T. Rex, and David Bowie. Created during the middle-’90s, the primary of the music group includes guitarist/vocalist Andy Leroy, …

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Lazenby

Although it will be simple to assume that Lazenby took their name in one from the (arguably) better James Bonds, the band was named — much more likely, really — after founding member Sarah Lazenby. Introduced to fellow music group creator Nick Lockwood by Arctic Monkeys supervisor Geoff Barradale, the …

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Reijo Taipale

Reijo Taipale is a favorite Finnish iskelmä (schlager) performer, most widely known & most loved for his tangos. Finnish schlager music, unlike its Central Western european cousin, is frequently symbolized by melancholy and melodramatic ballads and sometimes includes components of both Nordic folk music and Argentine tangos. Reijo Taipale was …

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Cornish in a Turtleneck

Cornish inside a Turtleneck was shaped in 1997 by Ypsilanti, MI, students Tim Schreiber and Eric Oakes, and bassist Juan Garcia joined up with in 1998. The group combined their affinity for psychedelic rock and roll and pop having a cellar four-track recording visual. Cornish’s lo-fi audio is a part …

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Strawberry Smell

Armed using what surely should be among the absolute worst type of band brands in rock and roll & move history, the Strawberry Smell have grown to be France’s leading lighting in the never-ending psych-pop underground. Shaped in the tiny town of Avignon, France, by several friends bound with a …

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52 Pickup

Hailing from Virginia, 52 Pickup easily fit into neatly with such fellow late ’90s rockabilly revivalists as Reverend Horton Warmth and Amazing Royal Crowns. Including simply two guitars and an upright bass (led by founding member Brian McGuire), the music group also contains components of nation and R&B — producing …

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Johnny Headband

Mercurial Detroit-based, electro/space pop outfit Johnny Headband was designed and directed by siblings Chad and Keith Thompson, both of whom began a torrid romance with multimedia within their early young adults. Alternately amiable and steely eyed, the brothers honed their creative muscles on a reliable diet of house films, synth …

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Toy Selectah

Toy Selectah may be the stage name of Mexican DJ, maker, and remix designer Antonio “Plaything” Hernández. Hernández primarily rose to achievement in the past due ’90s as an associate of the important Monterrey-based rap group Control Machete. Currently well-known in Mexico, Control Machete obtained mainstream publicity when their music …

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Taxi Girl

Taxi Female was formed in Paris in the later ’70s around Daniel Darc (vocals), Mirwais (electric guitar), Laurent Sinclair (keyboards), Stéphane Erard (bass), and Pierre Wolfsohn (drums). The music group played straight alongside such renowned works as Marquis de Sade in the French ’80s cult rings club. Mainly inspired by …

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B2DANCE

A one-off project initially, New York’s B2Dance made a decision to become a music group after their initial one received a warm pleasant for the dancefloor. Seeking to give the night clubs something spooky for Halloween, manufacturer B.Bros and vocalist Dean Luxury cruise recorded the campy and eerie “Gonna Get …

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